Some discussion and amateur observations of social status and skin colour in the Mexican society. I’ve just returned from a backpacking trip to Mexico.Read this post →
On the new year’s eve, I was walking with some friends around the party blocks along Queen street west, near my house. It was an hour or so before midnight but people were already drunk, yelling and acting funny, but nothing unusual. I’m used to this since I live just outside the nightclub zone.Read this post →
I was happy that morning because it was Gudhi-Padwa. I knew mother would make gajar-halva; I’d seen her buy carrots yesterday. It was my favorite dessert and I was really looking forward to it.
Unfortunately, mother fell ill that day.Read this post →
Four years since I moved to Canada, I discus what it means to me.
…If success is measured by inter-personal factors such as love, relationships, friendships, or societal factors such as respect, inclusiveness, equality, etc., then I do think I’m successful; and this success is attributed not to me, but more to Canada and Canadians…
Toronto Sun building, Old town Toronto, November 13, 2010Read this post →
You might have read my Half-marathon race report in the earlier post. Few days after the event the organisers published data from the race and I got more details about the event. Included in this post are my some statistics from the website and some other statistics that I could calculate.Read this post →
How my training for half-marathon paid off!
Today is the day I ran my first half-marathon. Let me take you through the experience!